Caitlin Cady | Reframing Rejection and the Power of Hope
After the last few years of dealing with COVID and lockdowns and the climate crisis and political instability and rising interest rates, it’s so easy to lose hope.
But a study from Harvard University of nearly 13,000 people in their 60s shows that hope might be exactly what we need. The researchers discovered that those who had more hope throughout their lives had better physical health, fewer chronic health problems, less depression and less anxiety, and overall, a longer life.
That’s why on today’s episode, we’ve brought meditation teacher Caitlin Cady back on the show to help us rediscover that hope and talk about her new book, aptly titled, The Hope Dealer (Affirm Press, $35). In this chat, we cover topics like failure, burn-out and disappointments, and Caitlin shares how a little bit of hope or inspiration can be the fuel to help you make much-needed changes.
This podcast was hosted and produced by WH editor-in-chief Lizza Gebilagin with additional sound editing by Abby Williams.
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